Dr. Jai Maharaj

NSCS official used pen drives to leak secret info

Outlook India
Wednesday, July 5, 2006

Indraprasth, July 5 (PTI) - S S Paul, the computer
analyst with the National Security Council Secretariat
(NSCS) arrested for leaking secret data, allegedly used
pen drives to supply information to a American diplomat
he met through the Indo-US Cyber Security Forum, informed
sources said.

The counter-intelligence wing of the Intelligence Bureau
began monitoring Paul's activities earlier this year, and
suspicions about him were confirmed during a seminar in
April on cyber crime, the sources said.

The analyst was seen "showing extra interest" in Rossane
Minchew -- a third secretary in the US mission here who
left the country after the spy scandal came to light --
during the seminar. It was later found that he was
supplying data to her using pen drives, they said.

During the surveillance on Paul, sleuths learnt Minchew
was in touch with Brig Ujjwal Dasgupta, Director of
Computers of the Research and Analysis Wing, and former
Navy Commander Mukesh Saini, who headed the National
Information Security Coordination Cell at the NSCS and
joined a US-based computer company after quitting, the
sources said.

Both Saini and Dasgupta have been questioned. Taking a
cue from lapses that led to the defection of senior RAW
officer Rabinder Singh in 2004, the Intelligence Bureau
has alerted airports and sea ports to ensure that Saini
and Dasgupta do not leave the country.

The sources said Paul and the other two officials had
relations of "very close proxmity" and the possibility of
monetary considerations for leaking secret information
had not been ruled out.

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Dr. Jai Maharaj said:
It was later found that he was
supplying data to her using pen drives, they said.

Sounds like he was giving her a good ****ing.


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It seemed to me that you're posting many news pertaining to India in
the wrong newsgroup. Perhaps you should post your information to
soc.culture.indian or something similar

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